An illustrated series depicting the nine personality types found in the Enneagram through the motif and symbolism of trees (ballpoint pen on paper).
The Enneagram is a personality type system consisting of 9 distinct personality types characterized by the patterns in how one interacts and interprets the world around them, and how one regulates one’s emotions. The Enneagram maps out the 9 types in a 9-pointed system which illustrates the interconnections between all the types. Usually formed during childhood experiences, the Enneagram system can be used as a blueprint for persona growth and reflection, and help understand one’s loved ones.
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Type One – The Reformer
Type Two – The Giver
An abundant presence through the seasons; a collection of years to cherish and remember.
Type Three – The Achiever
Fixate on this great part of me and I’ll show you what I want you to see…
Type Four – The Individualist
From object to life, suddenly we feel the tremors of the earth and taste the shadows of a curse.
Type Five – The Investigator
A lot to offer, a lot to discover, just a few layers away.
Type Six - The Loyalist
In a network of shadows, let’s sit together.
Type Seven – The Enthusiast
Never-ending play as life reacts to life.
Type Eight – The Challenger
It would be an honour to protect you.
Type Nine – The Peacemaker
Sometimes, I am what you need me to be; other times, I am defying physicality